Wife to a handsome country boy, and mama to four precious princesses. Lovin' life in the sticks, and capturing every moment through my lens.

Disneyland {Last post, I promise}


Well, it’s been nearly four weeks since we left for Disneyland.

It’s officially time for me to wrap up the photos.

{And also to admit that I suck at blogging. But that’s another story}


So. Day Two, we headed on over to California Adventure.

 California Screamin’ was a big hit 🙂

The girls {and really, everyone, loved it!}


California Adventure seemed so much less . . . chaotic than Disneyland.

I don’t know if there truly were fewer people, or if the pathways are wider, or what. 

But you could actually walk from ride to ride and *not* feel like cattle being herded around.

You could find a spot to sit and eat during lunch time.

It was kind of a breath of fresh air.

Now, don’t get me wrong, I LOVE Disneyland.

As far as magic goes, that’s my favorite place to be.

But I’m a country girl.

I like it quiet.

I like it peaceful.

And I get a liiiiiiitle nervous when I’m stuck in the middle of enormous crowds of people.


Tay and I did quite a bit of wandering off on our own.

There were a lot of rides she just couldn’t go on,

and I didn’t think it was fair for her to have to watch while everyone else waited in their hour-long lines for a ride.

So we went off exploring 🙂


And it worked great because we got to see a lot that the others didn’t get to see.


We managed to get fast passes to ride Radiator Springs Racers on our final day.

It may very well have been my favorite ride.


We traveled a lot back and forth between the two parks trying to make sure we got to see and do everything we wanted.

The last time we were at Disneyland we had a 5-day park hopper pass, and this time we were only there for 3 days,

so planning our days was a must.


We spent a little time back at Disneyland on our third day.


And when evening grew near, we were sad to say goodbye.


But we still had half a day of shopping in Downtown Disney to look forward to.

That eased our pain a little.


And now, I’ve officially decided to become a travel photographer 😉

That way I can follow everyone else along on their vacations, capturing their sweet memories!

Sounds like heaven to me!





2 thoughts on “Disneyland {Last post, I promise}

  1. Good idea about travel photography! Dave’s Dad did that back in the 70’s and 80’s, even into the early 90’s. He would do photography for businesses to make brochures. His family got to go on so many vacations for free!

    It looks like you all had so much fun! Great pics, as always!

  2. Is that really a thing? Being a travel photographer for families? Because if it is, count me in! I would LOVE that job. 🙂

    I’m so happy that you guys had a wonderful trip! And don’t feel bad – I’m normally still talking about our trips a month after we’ve been back, too. It takes me awhile. 🙂

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